Divakaran’s book represents his perspective, may not align with mine: Kerala CM
He also jokingly remarked that Divakaran understands the marketing strategies required to promote a book, alluding to the ongoing discussions surrounding the work.
Salar Jung Museum has opened a new exhibition to showcase Quranic calligraphy on pots and paintings by a woman from Mumbai in order to promote the talent of lesser-known artists
Behind the blindfold
As Bengaluru grew to become the IT hub that it is today, it saw a tremendous change in its demographics, becoming one of the most ethically diverse cities in the country.
INTERVIEW: ‘Non-academic writing encourages a fresh look’, says Nandini Das
Nandini Das speaks to Trisha Mukherjee about her new book, and how it goes beyond geographical history to tell the story of pre-British India
As no.1 in population, how do we exploit ‘Demographic Dividend’?
Interestingly, it will be now migration from war and conflict and human disaster which will add to their population numbers.
A ‘snap’ chat with nature
Forest range officer by day and wildlife photographer by dusk, G Venkatesh’s photos of exotic birds, adorable baby monkeys, and slithering snakes capture nature and help him assess biodiversity.
Demography: Destiny or disaster?
The big question is can India combine the scale of its market and working age cohort to propel consumption, investment and growth.
The 17-year-old student of Hyderabad Public School, being a young speaker at COP 27 summit in Egypt, he has been long involved in initiatives linked to climate awareness in Hyderabad
Film fraternity says Cinematograph (Amendment) Bill 2023 will curb piracy
Besides improving the process to certify films by the Censor Board, the amendments also seek to bring about uniformity in categorisation of films and content across platforms.
Cabinet approves Cinematograph (Amendment) Bill 2023
The purpose of the Bill is to ensure that content is not affected by piracy and safeguards the interest and investments of producers and filmmakers.
CPI-Maoists says verdict in 2007 Vakapalli gangrape case 'biased'
11 Adivasi women belonging to the Kondh community were gang-raped at a village in Andhra Pradesh's Alluri Sitarama Raju district in 2007.
Book Excerpt | When PM Modi 'got very emotional' as he recalled forgotten incident
I had worked in an era in which we still had numerous stalwarts in Parliament across party lines. There existed a lot of mutual respect, unlike today.
Teen girl gang-raped in UP's Saharanpur
Three of the four accused have been arrested while a search is underway to nab the other, Superintendent of Police (Rural) Sagar Jain said.
Attappady Thuvara, Kodungallur Pottuvellari & more: Kerala tops GI tag list in FY 2022-23
Tandur Redgram from Telangana the local variety of pea, Ladakh Raktsey Karpo Apricot from Ladakh and Gamosa handicrafts from Assam were also chosen for the honours.
Bengaluru gangrape: ‘No fear of law, find solutions beyond CCTVs’
There should be more police presence on the street, every spot should be well-lit, and instead of removing street vendors, we should have them because they can give crucial information.
Eye for beauty brings youth to spotlight
Mohith brings fame to Andhra with his bronze medal in Outdoor Photography category at International Abilympics 2023
Bengaluru woman gangraped by four men in moving car for over five hours
Victim was allegedly smoking with her male friend in a park attached to National Games Village, when she was reportedly abducted in the car by the accused
11 more TN products to get geographical indication honour soon
With this, Tamil Nadu would surpass Karnataka to become the the state with the highest number of GI tags by dint of 56 products figuring on the list, Sanjai Gandhi added.
‘Don’t know how it happened’: BJP MLA caught watching porn in Tripura Assembly, party seeks clarification
The incident, which took place on the second day of the Assembly session on Monday, came to light on Wednesday evening after a video of it went viral on social media.
Man enters courtroom in Odisha, attacks lady stenographer
Panic spread among lawyers of Jagatsinghpur after a miscreant forcibly entered the courtroom of the civil judge and attacked a lady stenographer on Monday.
Vizhinjam seaport protests: Police station attack was with 'ulterior intention', says Kerala CM
'The Kashmir Files' controversy: Apologies if my remarks were interpreted differently, says Nadav Lapid
Will fight again, against what is wrong: Bilkis Bano on remission given to her rapists
Tamil Nadu amended law that allows Jallikattu seeks to prevent cruelty on animals: State tells SC
India dismisses China's concerns on military exercise with US in Uttarakhand
'Bazball' powers England to new first-day record against Pakistan in 1st Test